Working for the Decred DAE




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6 COMMENTS

  1. Thanks for taking the time to document your experience. I think it’s good for others to see these types of posts to show what the process is really like and what it takes.

  2. Crossposting my favorite strong quotes from the chat:

    > With formal governance processes to call on and a constituency of Voters that steers the ship, there is no need to form factions or alliances around competing visions of the project’s direction.

     

    > It is hard to imagine a scenario where there is any doubt about which of multiple chains is the “real” DCR.

    “chain legitimacy” is a great topic I’ve seen mentioned several times, first being by insette a year ago [here](https://www.reddit.com/r/decred/comments/6t33xf/bitcoin_decred/dlhw70r/) and multiple times by davecgh

    > Swimming in a sea of misinformation and Sybil drones is not my idea of a good time

     

    > Decred has a stronger incentive to push for broader understanding of the technology than most other projects.

     

    > Cryptocurrencies cannot become truly significant without the same being true of their governance, if and when that happens it will be much better if more people understand what’s going on.

    Reminds me more education never hurts at this stage.

    > stakeholders and contractor community are not looking for mercenaries

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